Latin words and expressions/A

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Latin words and expressions starting with the letter A.

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A.C.
anno Christi
A.D.
anno Domini
aet.
aetatis
a.m.
ante meridiem
ampl.
amplissima/..simus
a.u.s.
actum ut supra


a,ab
of, from
abamita
sister of the second great grandfatherm sometimes also of great grandfather or from the grandfather
abavia
second great grandmother
abavunculus
brother of the second great grandmother, the great grandmother or the grandmother
abavus,abavia
betovergrootvader, betovergrootmoeder (alg.):voorouder, voorzaat, voorvader, voormoeder
abba(s),abbatis
abt
abbatia
abbey
abbatiola
small abbey
abbati(ss)a
abdis (abbess)
ablutus
cleansed (by baptize)
abernarius faber
person mending pots, kettles,...
ab hoc et hab ac
talking without making sense
abiit
he/she has left
ab infantia
since his childhood
ab intestato
with death without leaving a will
abjectarius
timmerman, carpenter, woodcarver
abmateria
sister of the second great grandmother
abnepos
son of the great grandson
abnepotes
descendants
abneptis
daughter of great grandson
abnurus
vrouw van de achterkleinzoon
ab obstetrice baptisatus est
he/she is baptized by the midwife
abpatruus
brother of the second great grandfather
abortivus, abortius
premature child
abovius
second great grandfather
abreptus
taken away
abrogatio
withdrawal/annihilation of the law
absente corpore
funeral service without corpse
absente corpus
funeral service without corpse
absoluta munitus
having obtained absolution
absoluta et extrema unctione munitus
having obtained absolution and holy oils
absolutio
absolution
absque
without
absque dubio
without doubt
abuepas
son of the great grandson
abueptis
daughter of the great grandson
ac
and
acatholicus
not catholic
accepto
receive, accept
accepto necessitatis baptismo ab obstetrice
after receiving the emergency baptize by the midwife, due to the necessity of receiving the baptize by the midwife
accijns
tax on consummer goods
accisor
person who receives the direct taxes
aciscularius
mason, stonecutter, stonemason
actionarius
trader, shopkeeper
actis bannis
after the marriage calls
actuarius
company leader, clerc
actum
has come to pass
actum ut supra
date as before, on the date as mentioned at the top of the act
acuarius
needle maker
acuciator
sharpener of knifes
acufex
maker of needles
acuminator
sharpener of knifes
acupictor
weaver, lace worker
an aeternitatem trans(abiit)
has gone to eternity
adamita
sister of the second great grandfather
adavunculus
brother of the second great grandfather
ad-census
belasting op de verbruiksgoederen
ad hunc actum requisitus
called up for making these acts, asked to make these acts
adinstar
as big, resembling
adjudicare
assign by public sale, assignment
admatertera
sister of second great grandmother
ad matrimonium inscripti
subscribed for the marriage/wedding
administratis sacramentis
given the sacrements (normally before dying)
administratus
given, applied
admodum
very
admodum reverendus
(title) referend
adnepos
son of great grandson
adolescens
youngling, young man, young daughter(between 15-30 years), (adv.) unmarried/without husband
adolescentie
young people
adolescentula
jong meisje, maagd
adolescentulus
jongetje, knaapje
ad Patres
naar de vaderen gegaan, naar het dodenrijk gegaan
adpatruus
brother of the second great grandfather
adpendere
with everything that belongs to it
ad perpetuam memoriam
in everlasting memory
adscriptum glebae
slave, counted together with the soil (gleba is earth)
ad solemnizationem hujus actus requisitis
asked to create these acts
adsti-tit
was present
ad tempus
temporary
ad tempus vitae
lifelong
adulescens
youngling, young daughter (15-30 years), (adv)unmarried/without husband
adulescentula
young girl, virgin
adulescentulus
very young boy
adulescentulo
small boy just out of childhood
adulta, adultus
1. adult
2. (adv.) growing up, very adult-like
adulta virgo
adult young girl
adulter
adulterer; illicit lover, paramour; offspring of unlawful love, bastard (eccl.);
adulterio natus
born out of adultery
adulterium
adultery; blending/mixing of different strains/ingredients; contamination;
adumbrator
portraitist, person who makes drawings
ad valorem
corresponding to the value
advenae, advenus
of a stranger
adventivus
bride price, bride wealth;given by somebody else than the father
ad verbum
word for word, literally
ad vitam
lifelong, for live (interests)
advocatus
advokaat
ad vocem
to be found with the word, look up for the word
aedile
commissioner (magistrate) of police/fire/markets/games; sacristan
aedilis
master of the church, sacristan
aedituus
sexton, church guardian, church officer charged with the maintenance of the church buildings/money; also teacher of christian belief
aegridtudine quadam
by one or the other disease
aegrota,aegrotus
ill
aegrota per ... dies
after an illness of .... days
aegrotavit
has been sick
aegrotus
sick
aegrum
sick, weak
aequali gradu
in equal degree of blood or kinmanship
aequalis
equal
aerarius
coppersmith, copperbuyer; treasurer, financial manager
aerenculus
uncle
aerenculus magnus
brother of grandmother
aeres
grandfather
aeres maternus
grandfather (mothers side)
aeres paternus
grandfather (fathers side)
aetas
age
aetatis
old, having the age of ...
aetatis annorum
years
aetatis dierum
days
aetatis hebdomadorum
weeks
aetatis horarem
hours
aetatis mensium
months
aetatis septimanarum
weeks
aetatis provectae
elderly age
aetatis suae ...
in the age of ...
affidati
fiances; undermarriage
affines
relatives (wifes family)
affinis
marriage with a childless widow of the brother; (gen.) related, married into the family
affinitas, affinitatis
kinship due to marriage; related
ager
field
agere
do, act
agere (porcos)
tending pigs
ager novalis
unused field; plowed land left without buildings
agicessatio
fallow, left unplanted for a season
agnata
kinmanship (by blood) from mothers side
agnatio
kinmanship (by blood) from fathers side
agnatus
kinmanship in male lineage, related on fathers side
agnitio
recognition (of an unlawfull child)
agnomen
nickname
agrarius
farmer, countryman, peasant
agrestis
farmer, countryman, peasant
agricola, agricole, agricultor
farmer, countryman, peasant
agricolae
farmer, countryman, peasant
agricultura
agriculture
agynus
man without woman
a lapide
by a stone
alegenus
born in unknown territory/not here
alias N...
said differently, called differently
aliegena, aliegenus
born in unknown territory/not here
alienigenus
foreigner
alienum (corpus)
alien element, unknown particle/element
alii(s) et alii
e.a.
aliquis, aliqua
e.a.;somebody
aliquot
some
aliunde
from elsewhere
alius
other/another
allegatus est pro patre
designated as father
allodium
in full property of the owner, no tax duty (ground)
allutarius
preparerer of soft leather, leatherer (white)
altare
altar
alter
another
altera
other/s, the one, the other
altera die
the following day, the other day
alumna
stepdaughter
alumnus
stepson; discipel, student
ama
aam (old measure for wine)
amatina
daughter of an aunt (fathers side, so a full niece)
amatinus
son of an aunt (fathers side, so a full cousin)
ambio extranix
coming outside; forming one pair
ambo
both
ambo hic nati
both born here
ambo parochiani
both of this parish
amens
lunatic
a me pastore baptizatus
door mij pastoor gedoopt
amica, amicus
girlfriend, friend, kin; (adv.) loyal; confidential; accustomed
amicitia
friendship; related by blood; guild
amita
aunt (fathers side)
amita magna
great aunt (fathers side)
amita major
sister of the great grandparents
amita maxima
sister of the second great grandparents
amitina
aunts daughter (fathers side)
amitinus
aunts son (fathers side)
amitini
brothers and sisters of the children
amitinus magnus
grandson of the sister of the grandfather
amplissima, amplissimus
(titel) reverent, in high appraisal
ampullarius
glassblower, person who makes bottles
an
or (in a question phrase)
a nativitate
since birth
ancellator
birth catcher
ancilla
maid, young woman, servant
ancilla mineus
person giving milk to a baby-feeding it
ancilla nutriens
nurse;person giving milk to a baby-feeding it
anilitas
elderly; high age (for women)
animam sui creatori reddidit
gave his soul to the Creator
annalis
one year old; yearly
anniculus
only one your old
anniversarium
birthday
anno
in the year
anno aetatis (suae) 12
in his 12th birth year, being 12 years old
anno Christi
AC
anno Domini
in the year of the Lord
anno eodem ut supra
in the same year as above; has the same age as above
annonarius
grain/wheat merchant
annorum
in the age
annuatim
every year, yearly
annum
year
annus
year
anonima, anonimus
nameless
ante
before
antea
earlier; before
antecessor
ancestor; person coming before you
antedictus
aforesaid
ante diem pridie
day before yesterday
ante meridiem
forenoon
antenatus
stepson (of which the father is deceased)
ante nuptiael, nuptiale
marriage conditions
antesignanus
(mil.) sergant major, head of the guard
antiqua, antiquus
(adv) old, elderly; (pl.) elders, ancestors
anus vetula
old woman
anus antiqua
old, elderly
apiarius
beekeeper, beefarmer
apoplexia
stroke
apricator
bleacher
aprilis
april
apud
with, for
apud acta
with mandate (assignee)
aqua
water
aquabojolus
beadle, sexton, sacristan, player of the organ
aquarius
manager of the fountains and waterworks; watercarrier
arator
farmer, plower, peasant
arbalista
(mil.) slingers (people armed with slings)
arborator
tree farmer
archiator
doctor; first doctor in a hospital; officer of the sanitory serfice; chairman of the medicl faculty (university)
archidiaconus
archdeacon
arcularius
timmerman, bowmaker, furniture maker
area
farm; house; area
argentarius
silversmith; banker; money changer
armentarius
cow herder; herdsman
armigar
squire (man-at-arms in the service of a knight)
armiger
page, armed person, squire
aromatopola
pharmacist; spice merchant
articulo mortis
on the moment of death
artifex
craftsman
artista
artist; craftsman
ascendens
(adv.) predecessor, ascending
assator
cook
asserens se nominari N...
who claims to be named ...
asserere
confess
assertione matris (ex)
according to the statement of the mother
asseruere
confess
asseruit
he confesses (e.g. to being the father)
assete
basis
assignat
he or she assigns ...
assignatus
assignee
assisia
fee one has to pay on a public sale; tax on primarely food; usage tax
astans
the person present
astantibus
the people present (sometimes at a baptise)
astare
to be present; standing next to it
astavia
grandmother of the great grandmother
asthmate
by asthma
asthmaticus
person suffering from asthma
astrologus
astrologer
ataeres
father of the second great grandfather
atamita
sister of the second gread grandfather
atavia
grandmother of the great grandmother
atavus
second great grandfather
atavunculus
brother of the second gread grandmother
atenarius faber
person repairing pots and pans
atmatertera
sister of the second gread grandmother
atnepos
grandson of the great grandson
atneptis
granddaughter of the gread grandson
atpatruus
brother of the second gread grandfather
atque
and
attestatio de vita
proof of life; testimony
attingens
obtaining (the age of)
atuepis
granddaughter of the great grandson
atuepos
grandson of the great grandson
aucellator
birth catcher; person tending falcons
auf(f)ugere
escape
augusti
august
aurifaber
goldsmith, silversmith, jeweller
aurifex
goldsmith
aurifodinarius
gold digger
auriga
charioteer
autem
however
avi
grandparents
avia, ava
grandmother
avia materna
grandmother (mothers side)
avia paterna
grandmother (fathers side)
avi pater
great grandfather
avitus
(adv.)grandfatherly
avuncula
aunt (mothers side), mothers sister; wife of the mothers brother
avunculus
uncle (mothers side), mothers brother; man of the mothers sister
avunculus magnus
brother of the grandmother
avunculus major
brother of the great grandmother
avunculus maximus
brother of the second great grandmother
avus
grandfather; (gen.) ancestor
avus maternus
grandfather (mothers side)
avus paternus
grandfather (fathers side)